Weighing the Evidence: A Systematic Review on Long-Term Neurocognitive Effects of Cannabis Use in Abstinent Adolescents and Adults

@article{Ganzer2016WeighingTE,
  title={Weighing the Evidence: A Systematic Review on Long-Term Neurocognitive Effects of Cannabis Use in Abstinent Adolescents and Adults},
  author={Florian Ganzer and S. Br{\"o}ning and S. Kraft and P. Sack and R. Thomasius},
  journal={Neuropsychology Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={186-222}
}
  • Florian Ganzer, S. Bröning, +2 authors R. Thomasius
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuropsychology Review
  • Findings on neurocognitive effects of sustained cannabis use are heterogeneous. Previous work has rarely taken time of abstinence into account. In this review, we focus on understanding sustained effects of cannabis, which begin when clinical symptoms of the drug have worn off after at least 14 days. We conducted a search between 2004 and 2015 and found 38 studies with such a prolonged abstinence phase. Study-design quality in terms of evidence-based medicine is similar among studies. Studies… CONTINUE READING
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